A native of the Mediterranean region rosemary is a hardy, woody perennial herb with highly fragrant evergreen, needle like foliage and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers. It thrives in a warm, very sunny position in well-drained soil that’s neutral to slightly alkaline. Once established rosemary can be harvested all year round. It’s a basic cooking ingredient in any kitchen either fresh or dried. The leaves are commonly sprinkled on roast potatoes, meat or brushed on barbequed food making them extra tasty. Freshly picked sprigs of rosemary can also be used to flavour vinegars, oils, infused in tea and may even be added to warm baths with lavender. Rosemary can be grown as a border or hedging plant – it’s ideal for garden beds or in large containers where their flowers attract pollinating bees.
|Growth Height — 1.5|
|Size — 100 MM|
|Flower Colour — Blue|
|Flowering Period — Perennial, Summer, Spring|
|Light Requirements — Full sun, Part Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Keep soil moist but not wet.
Prune to retain shape if needed.